Northern Lights - Wawa Hotel - Reviews - Certificate of Excellence & Travelers Choice Winner
We have a combined 75 years working in the Hospitality Industry (That makes us feel very old. lol!), and for the past 13 years, Wonderful guests have spread the word about our Motel. We sincerely Thank Everyone for the kind words. It's what keeps us going!
Thank you so much for taking the time to review our Motel.
We only have a 5 month season - so keep em coming!
Ian Hunter wrote about us in 2010 - So nice!
Ron Hays took lots of pics during his Wawa Visit, and posted them on His Blog. Check it out!
23/06/11 - A cute poem from the "2 Virginias" from Cloverdale - Surry, BC
Northern Lights - best place to stay
Lots of little things
So always remember
02/09/10 - Lynne and Gary Wrote us a Poem (We love it!)
Northern Lights, Wawa, is a great place
From the photos of marten, groundhog and
Trivia, Facts, Cartoons - they all made
Bandaids, ear plugs, hair elastics - little
extras so right
You obviously spent time in the garden
- perhaps even hours
|We laughed hard one morning, 2009, when a fellow said to John,
I was telling my wife that looking around at all the Stuff in your Motel Room, was the second most fun I ever had in a Motel Room.Hah!
We sure smiled when the Rombough kids left this note for us.
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I made a Links Page with tons of info for you, News, Weather, Wawa Web Cams, Gas Prices, etc
Check out Wawa on Wikipedia
A traveller pulls into a hotel around midnight and asks the clerk for a single room. As the clerk fills out the paperwork, the man looks around and sees a gorgeous blonde sitting in the lobby. He tells the clerk to wait while he disappears into the lobby. After a minute he comes back, with the girl on his arm.
"Fancy meeting my wife here," he says to the clerk. "Guess I'll need a double room for the night."
Next morning, he comes to settle his bill, and finds the amount to be over $3000.
"What's the meaning of this?" he yells at the clerk. "I've only been here one night!"
"Yes," says the clerk, "but your wife has been here for three weeks."